The associate company of Shiper Air Service, Shiper Meet, Greet and Assist Service started providing serviced to passengers of all airlines at Sylhet Osmani Airport. The enterprise organised a view exchanging meeting to update the journalists and local businesses in a restaurant at Whitechapel.
The CEO of Shiper Meet, Greet and Assist Service Khandakar Shiear Ahmed briefed the audience about Meet, Greet and Assist Service. He informed that even though this service exists in Dhaka and other international airports, this is the first of its kind in Sylhet Osmani Airport. He also said that this service is provide a better and hassle free travelling for passengers. This organisation will provide receive and check-in service to all arrival and departure passengers. The agents will help the passengers with customs and immigration and board them on the plane. For arrival passengers, the company will help them with receiving and other immigration formalities and take them to their friends and families at the airport. Passengers will also get wheelchairs more easily.
Khandakar Shiper Ahmed also said that this service has originated from the idea of providing better service to passengers.
The view-exchanging meeting was conducted by Treasurer of London Bangla Press Club and Chief Reporter of Channel S Mohammod Jubair. Guests who addressed the audience included Mayor of Brent Council Cllr Parvez Ahmed, former President of BBCCI and community leader Shahgir Bhakth Farook, Director of Sylhet Chamber of Commerce Hiskil Gulzar, General Manager of Biman Bangladesh Airlines UK and Eire Shafiqul Islam, Finance Director of BBCC Monir Ahmed, Helal Khan of Hillside Travel, Mujirul Haque of Air Express, Bashir Ahmed of BBCCI, Director of NRB Bank Imtiaz Ahmed, Sami Sanaullah of Interlink, Asique Ahmed of Imran Travels, Journalist Najrul Islam Bashon and others.
Country Manager of Biman Shafiqul Islam said that Khandakar Shiper would be able to provide specialized service to its clients. He wished success of the enterprise.
Mayor of Brent Council Cllr Parvez Ahmed mentioned Khandakar Shipar as a successful entrepreneur. He also said that if expatriates can enjoy a hassle free travel to Bangladesh, more and more people will be interested in travelling to Bangladesh.
On a written message it was mentioned that Shiper Meet, Greet and Assist service is contractually committed to The Sylhet Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sylhet City Corporation, Sylhet Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sylhet Station Club Limited, Baraka Power Limited, Sylhet Club Limited, Sunny Hill International School and Sylhet Press Club.
It also read that Shiper Air Service was established in 1990 and spent 26 successful years. Last year it observed its silver jubilee and organised a two days event to celebrate it. It also published a magazine to mark the silver jubilee.